Topic: 3.6, 7.5 and 7.6
3.6.1 Define enzyme and active site.
Enzyme: globular proteins which act as catalysts of chemical reactions
Active Site: a region on the surface of an enzyme to which substrates bind and which catalyses a chemical
Topic 1: Statistical Analysis
State that error bars are a graphical representation of the variability of data.
Biological systems are subject to a genetic program and environmental variation. Consequently
when we collect a set of data for a given variable
Topic 3: Chemistry of Life
3.1 CHEMICAL ELEMENTS AND WATER
3.1.1 State that the most frequently occurring chemical elements in living things are
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen.
3.1.2 State that a variety of other elements are needed by living organ
Topic 2: Cells
2.1 CELL THEORY
2.1.1 Outline the cell theory.
Include the following.
Living organisms are composed of cells
All living things consist of cells, although the smallest organism may consist of one cell only
Cells are the smallest unit of li
4.1 GENES, ALLELES AND MUTATIONS
4.1.1 State that eukaryote chromosomes are made of DNA and proteins. The names of the proteins
(histones) are not required, nor is the structural relationship between DNA and the proteins.
4.1.2 Define gene, allele
Topic 5: ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
5.1: COMMUNTIES AND ECOSYSTEMS
5.1.1 Define species, habitat, population, community, ecosystem and ecology.
Species: a group of organisms that can interbreed and produce fertile offspring.
Habitat: the environment in which a
Topic 9 Plant Science
9.1 Plant Structure and Growth
CHLOROPLAST Diagram (electron microscope)
Award  for each of the following clearly drawn and correctly labelled. Label lines must be unambiguous in terms of
what they are indicating.
Topic 8: Cell Respiration + Photosynthesis
3.7 CELL RESPIRATION
Need for Energy
Synthesizing large molecules like DNA, RNA and proteins
Pumping molecules or ions across membranes by active transport
Moving things around inside the cell, such as chromos
Two testes are situated in scrotal sac, hanging outside the main body temperature (2 C
3 C) lower than the normal body temperature
o Produced male gametes, spermatozoa or sperms, and also produce the male sex
Topic 6: Human Health and Physiology
Physiology: how and why body parts function as they do: linked with anatomy which is the study
of structure: structure gives clues as the function
An animal takes in food as complex organic matter and di